Candlewood Suites Cheyenne
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... unlike Calgary where it sometimes takes forever between events.
Once the rodeo was over we stopped for autographs from various Rodeo Royalty and the little girls went on a pony ride. Kevin and I stopped at a map to make sure we had done everything. It was only 4:00. We had done it all. Cheyenne’s Frontier days are definitely named appropriately, they are more “Frontier” than ...
... and will become meat cattle. The testicles, properly cooked, are called Rocky Mountain Oysters and are considered a delicacy. Enjoy your meal! Gina has, she says.
We then continued along 211 and finally came to a ranch called Horsecreek Cattle Co. (the ranches are all incorporated). After a while the owner, Dave Berry, a friend of Gina's, showed up. We had a nice chat, and I took some photos of his fabulous place. They had ...
We arrived at the Cheyenne KOA at noon. The landscape driving to Wyoming from Colorado definitely changes. This part of Wyoming, southeastern part, the land is flat with hardly any trees. It is also very windy. Its different from what we were experiencing in Colorado but interesting. I think this part of the country has had late rains so the ground is still somewhat green which makes ...
Day 36 and what a difference a day makes in terms of the weather. We were still in shorts and sandals as we cruised into Sidney, NE, which by the way is the world headquarters for Cabella's. Next stop - Cheyenne, the capital of Wyoming.
On the way we stopped in Pine Bluffs to see the Our Lady of Peace shrine and a miniature train made out of wood, that was right next to the railroad tracks ...
The Top 2 Ways You Know You Are Too Tired To Drive:
You are laughing uncontrollably at a rendition of "Bohemian Rhapsody" arranged for traditional Irish instruments.
You think a parked car must be a buffalo waiting to cross the road.
It's now 9 a.m. I'm already fairly discombobulated having somehow ended up with the 3:30 - 6:30 a.m. driving shift (after starting the day with a 5 hour shift). Other people seem to be able to ...